Infamous 'Last Chance U' coach wants a shot to coach Arkansas following Chad Morris' firing
With Chad Morris out at Arkansas, plenty of coaching rumors are sure to circulate over the next few weeks as the Razorbacks decide who is the best fit to lead their program into the future.
Perhaps there will even be some coaches trying to vouch for themselves to take the position. And in fact, that’s already happened from a fairly unlikely candidate.
On Sunday, Jason Brown, the former coach at Independence (Kan.) Community College of Netflix’s “Last Chance U” fame, took to Twitter to explain why he should get a chance for the Arkansas job. Brown thinks he would do a better job than the coaching candidates who are likely to be interviewed for the job:
I said it before I'll say it again… these guys aren't ready, but they'll pay a guy millions and lose millions in a heartbeat! I'll take the minimum and prove myself, so will a hundred other guys I know, but they will just recycle and recycle! @PatMcAfeeShow @KirkHerbstreit https://t.co/h3AS3latz5
— Coach Jason Brown (@TheRealCoach_JB) November 10, 2019
This isn’t the first coaching vacancy that Brown has tweeted about in the past week. He had a similar reply to a tweet about the Florida State opening earlier this week.
Of course, it’s unlikely Brown would ever be seriously considered for these jobs, especially considering he was charged with eight felonies earlier this year.
Still, it wouldn’t be surprising to see Brown continue with these types of tweets as these coaching searches continue over the next few weeks and when more jobs open entering the offseason.